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Arabs in Italy

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Arabs in Italy (Italian: Arabi in Italia) are mostly expatriates from a range of Arab countries, particularly Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Lebanon, Syria, Libya, the Palestinian Territories, and Iraq; and also small groups from Jordan, Algeria and Sudan. As a result of mixed marriages and naturalization, the category includes many Italian nationals and second-generation children of expatriates.

Notable people

  • Simone Assemani (1752–1820), professor of Oriental languages in Padua
  • Magdi Allam (1952), journalist and politician
  • Stephan El Shaarawy (1992), footballer
  • Omar Hassan (1987), artist
  • Mostafa Errebbah (1971), long-distance runner
  • Nadia Ejjafini (1977), long-distance runner
  • Malika Ayane (1984), singer
  • Afef Jnifen (1963), fashion model
  • Jonis Khoris (1989), footballer
  • Yonese Hanine (1990), footballer
  • Jaber Alwan (1948), artist and painter
  • Amir Issaa (1978), rapper
  • Michelle Nouri (1973), journalist and author
  • Haider Rashid, director, producer and writer
  • Iyad Anwar Wali, businessman
  • Shadi Ghosheh (1987), footballer
  • Karim Laribi (1991), footballer
  • Ali Ghaleb Himmat (1938), businessman
  • References

    Arabs in Italy Wikipedia

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